There will be plenty of stalls for you to buy presents for yourself or for doing some early Christmas shopping. At time of going to press, the following stalls are booked:


    • Ted’s Plants – good quality plants at a good price

    • Flamingo Paperie – greetings cards and more

    • Cotton Lily – Sustainably handmade plant accessories, macrame plant hangers and indoor plants

    • Bath Soft Cheese – cheese obviously!

    • LouiseBees – honey and bee-based products

    • Pair of Sandalls – crochet animals, notebooks, mugs and more

    • Bath and Biscuits – doggy things plus on-the-spot dog hair and nail trimming

    • Honey’s Cider – locally produced cider

    • Riverford Organics – organic vegetable boxes delivered to your home

    • Panda H M – affordable jewellery

    • Somer Valley – their food products (for later home consumption)

    • Bee Free Photography – pet photography specialists

    • Bath Cats and Dogs Home

    • Cancer Research UK – children’s toys and tombola

    • St Julian’s Church – turning water into wine

    • JACI – selling reproduced/upcycled goods and gifts

    • Sow Fresh – home grown micro-greens

  • Nicole Appleton – nutrition and health advice

The star exhibition this year is ‘Old Wellow’, in the Sports Pavilion. Jane Rees is putting together a display of the village in years gone by, to include the 1841 Tithe Map, Wellow Fairs, St Julian’s Church, Wellow WI, Wellow at Work, Wellow Celebrations, and the Somerset & Dorset Railway – plus a video of the Wellow Flower Show from over 50 years ago.

Other exhibition stalls around the field will include:

  • The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)
  • Bath Astronomers
  • The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI)
  • The Woodland Trust
  • A Load of Old Bilhooks
  • Avon Wildlife Trust

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